While the creating of exceptional diagnostic savvy in the eXpress model is unmatched throughout industry, the natural next objective would be to somehow transfer that diagnostic savvy:
In the Design Development paradigm, eXpress has a robust and unique capability that permits it to exchange component attributes, functionality and testing data effectively through its robust and unmatched diagnostic design data capture, organizing and structuring capabilities.
Once captured in eXpress, many lower level designs can be fully brought right into the test environment from the design. Whether this is a capability that is suited for the lab environment to work with common Automatic Test Equipment or later in the field to maximize operational objectives, ISDD leverage data interoperability for test and far beyond!Read More
In viewing various applicable portions of the detail of the proposed IEEE S500F as it currently exists in the public domain, it is still unclear if any data structure is planned to be significantly robust to support the diagnostic engineering activities involved during the collaborative design development lifecycle for large, multi-organizationally Integrated Systems. To dismiss this proactive approach to designing for sustainment in the design development lifecycle can be an unfortunate lost opportunity to establish a collaborative approach to establishing the diagnostic integrity baseline for any complex system or equipment.Read More
Many of the ideas and concepts regarding the targeting of an “agile” maintenance strategy for System or the System of Systems (SoS) begin with the formalizing of a unified approach to collectively capture the functionality of the participating designs into a robust integrated systems’ design development and process. But this design development process must be able to fully assess not solely the top-down functional allocation Systems’ Design and Sustainment Requirements (Operational Availability, etc.) but also be fully positioned to assess and validate the functional and failure cause (root cause) propagation from the bottom-up.Read More